Commit 697e2b99 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Fix some Texinfo usage.

parent e5811d71
......@@ -2629,8 +2629,8 @@ that means to use your own user name. But if you set the variable
@cindex anonymous FTP
@vindex ange-ftp-generate-anonymous-password
To visit files accessible by anonymous FTP, you use special user
names ``anonymous'' or ``ftp''. Passwords for these user names are
handled specially. The variable
names @samp{anonymous} or @samp{ftp}. Passwords for these user names
are handled specially. The variable
@code{ange-ftp-generate-anonymous-password} controls what happens: if
the value of this variable is a string, then that string is used as
the password; if non-@code{nil} (the default), then the value of
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......@@ -414,7 +414,7 @@ For a full list of Ex commands supported by Viper, type
commands, type @kbd{:help}. This will invoke Viper Info
(if it is installed). Then typing @kbd{i} will prompt you for a topic to
search in the index. Note: to search for Ex commands in the index, you
should start them with a ``@kbd{:}'', e.g., @kbd{:WW}.
should start them with a @kbd{:}, e.g., @kbd{:WW}.
In Viper, Ex commands can be made to work on the current Emacs region.
This is done by typing a digit argument before @kbd{:}.
......@@ -2581,8 +2581,8 @@ occurrence of the pattern to search for.
Note: while loading initially, Viper binds this mouse action only if it is
not already bound to something else. If you want to use the mouse-search
feature and the Meta-Shift-button-1 mouse action is already bound to
something else you can rebind the mouse-search feature by setting
feature, and the @kbd{Meta-Shift-Mouse-1} mouse action is already bound to
something else, you can rebind the mouse-search feature by setting
@code{viper-mouse-search-key} to something else in your @code{~/.viper}
file:
@lisp
......@@ -2659,8 +2659,8 @@ purpose of mouse search and mouse insert. By default, this is set to
@code{double-click-time} in Emacs and to
@code{mouse-track-multi-click-time} milliseconds in XEmacs.
@end table
@kindex @kbd{S-mouse-1}
@kindex @kbd{S-mouse-2}
@kindex @kbd{S-Mouse-1}
@kindex @kbd{S-Mouse-2}
@kindex @kbd{meta shift button1up}
@kindex @kbd{meta shift button2up}
@vindex @code{viper-multiclick-timeout}
......@@ -2938,16 +2938,18 @@ found will be executed. Usually this is the macro with a shorter name. So,
in our case, @kbd{[[[[text} will cause the macro @kbd{[[} to be executed
twice and then the remaining keys, @kbd{t e x t}, will be processed.
When defining macros using @kbd{:map} or @kbd{:map!}, the user enters the
actually keys to be used to invoke the macro. For instance, you should hit
the actual key @kbd{f6} if it is to be part of a macro name; you do
@emph{not} write `f 6'. When entering keys, Viper displays them as strings or
vectors (e.g., "abc" or [f6 f7 a]). The same holds for unmapping. Hitting
@key{TAB} while typing a macro name in the @kbd{:unmap} or @kbd{:unmap!} command
will cause name completion. Completions are displayed as strings or vectors.
However, as before, you don't actually type ``"'', ``['', or ``]'' that
appear in the completions. These are meta-symbols that indicate whether
the corresponding macro name is a vector or a string.
When defining macros using @kbd{:map} or @kbd{:map!}, the user enters
the actually keys to be used to invoke the macro. For instance, you
should hit the actual key @kbd{f6} if it is to be part of a macro
name; you do @emph{not} write @kbd{f 6}. When entering keys, Viper
displays them as strings or vectors (e.g., @code{"abc"} or @code{[f6
f7 a]}). The same holds for unmapping. Hitting @key{TAB} while
typing a macro name in the @kbd{:unmap} or @kbd{:unmap!} command will
cause name completion. Completions are displayed as strings or
vectors. However, as before, you don't actually type @samp{"},
@samp{[}, or @samp{]} that appear in the completions. These are
meta-symbols that indicate whether the corresponding macro name is a
vector or a string.
One last difference from Vi: Vi-style keyboard macros cannot be defined in
terms of other Vi-style keyboard macros (but named Emacs macros are OK).
......@@ -4384,7 +4386,7 @@ The following two mouse actions are normally bound to to special search and
insert commands in of Viper:
@table @kbd
@item S-mouse-1
@item S-Mouse-1
Holding Shift and clicking mouse button 1 will
initiate search for
a region under the mouse pointer.
......@@ -4393,7 +4395,7 @@ binding only if this mouse action is not
already bound to something else.
@xref{Viper Specials}, for more information.@refill
@item S-mouse-2
@item S-Mouse-2
Holding Shift and clicking button 2 of the mouse will
insert a region surrounding the mouse pointer.
This command can also take a prefix argument.
......@@ -4401,8 +4403,8 @@ Note: Viper sets this binding only if this mouse action is not
already bound to something else.
@xref{Viper Specials}, for more details.@refill
@end table
@kindex @kbd{S-mouse-1}
@kindex @kbd{S-mouse-2}
@kindex @kbd{S-Mouse-1}
@kindex @kbd{S-Mouse-2}
@kindex @kbd{meta button1up}
@kindex @kbd{meta button2up}
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